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    Calculator for exams, homework, etc?

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    Hi, are advanced calculators that can do calculus, linear algebra, diff eq, allowed during graduate Econ exams and for homeworks? What is the general answer? Iím checking with my school but it seems kind of vague...

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    Re: Calculator for exams, homework, etc?

    No. Most exams are calculator-free.

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    Thanks coloradoecon... thatís what I had suspected.

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    I allow them, though I can't think of any circumstances where anything past a basic scientific calculator would matter.

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    No they don't allow you Most exams are calculator-free.

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    Thank you startz, thatís what I heard from my professors too... I appreciate your comment lowney...

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